Codemasters announced that the Dirt 5 players will not get the option to transfer the saved files from the PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5. The game is expected to launch on November 6. However, the initially slated dame for the release of the title was 16 October 2020.
Dirt 5 is an upcoming racing video game. It is developed by Codemasters. This title is the fourteenth game in the Colin McRae Rally series. However, it is the eighth game under the Dirt title. The game will also support four-player split-screen system. It consists of a dynamic weather system and seasons. These factors are also responsible for affecting the race.
The developers responded on Twitter by replying to their fans who were seeking clarification on transferring their progress across the PlayStation consoles. Codemasters confirmed that only the Playground creations will be ported across the PlayStation consoles.
The game will be made available to the PS4, Xbox One and PC. It will be made available to the next-gen consoles- PS5 and Xbox Series X and S after the launch of the consoles. In the year 2021, the game will be made available to Google Stadia too.
But, the Xbox One players will be allowed to carry their progress to the Xbox Series X and S version of the game.
Here’s the tweet:
Currently on Xbox, all progress can be carried over between generations. On PlayStation, your Playgrounds creations can be carried over, but other game progress (Career, currency, saved liveries) cannot. If that changes, we'll let you know!
— DIRT (@dirtgame) September 24, 2020
The campaign mode of the game will be featuring Troy Baker as Alex Janiček. He is the mentor to the character of the players. Also, Nolan North will be playing as Bruno Durand who is Janiček’s rival.
Dirt 5 is up for pre-order now.
Dirt 5 is slated to release on November 6. The game will be playable on the PC, OS4 and Xbox One. The game will also be arriving on the next-gen consoles. Also, a Google Stadia version will be launched in 2021.